The cantilever lumber rack is a medium to extra heavy-duty storage system solution with carrying arms secured to steel posts and designed to store long, bulky or bulky materials of virtually any length. These frames leave the front of the storage racks unobstructed by structural elements for direct pick access to goods. Unlike any other pallet racking system, industrial cantilever racks have no vertical obstructions in the storage area. The optimal storage solution for long or odd-shaped loads, metal cantilever racks easily accommodate furniture, wood, tubing, fabric rolls, and pipes.
These cantilever lumber racking systems are available in roll-formed and structural steel designs for light duty to heavy duty applications. This multi-level storage system is designed and engineered to provide superior strength, stability, and security. All components are treated with durable paint for a scratch-resistant finish and unmatched professional style.
Industrial cantilever lumber racks consist of the following components:
Secure the rack system to the floor and attach it to the uprights of the unit that are the primary stabilizing components.
Attached to the base and has holes in which the cantilever arms are attached to create storage levels. Uprights are available for single-sided and double-sided installations.
Arms connect to the upright column and are used to store the product.
Braces are used to stabilize the upright columns that provide horizontal and diagonal support.
Wire decking is an option for some applications and provides a solid shelf level for cantilevered storage arms. Cantilever racks are also used to store oddly sized or awkward loads, such as furniture.
Advantages of Cantilever Lumber Rack
Disadvantages of Cantilever Lumber Rack
Applications of Cantilever Lumber Rack
Aluminum sheets, furniture, lumber, Masonite sheets, building material, variable-sized materials, wood crates, carpet and vinyl rolls, appliances, bar stock, flake board, large pallets and boxes, doors, tubing, electrical harness, sheet steel, bars, drywall, and piping.